ASHVILLE, Ohio – The Columbus State men's golf team concluded the Ohio Christian Invitational in a three-way tie for first on Saturday. The Cougars, along with OCU and Cincinnati Christian all tied with an 83-over par 659.
Seven Columbus State golfers participated in the 36-hole weekend event at the par 72 Raintree South Golf Club. Columbus State finished the first day tied for first place with a 321 and the second day with a 338.
Tying for second place overall, freshman Dominic Caminiti led the Cougars with an 11-over par 73-82-155. Cincinnati Christian's Taylor Suggs captured low-medalist honors, carding a 2-over 146 (72-74). His teammate Austin Taylor tied with Caminiti as runner-up with a 155 (75-80).
Sophomore Brooks Anderson finished fourth with a 79-80—159 (+15). Freshman Jack Casebolt (pictured right), one of only two Columbus State golfers who shot better in round 2, carded an 84-80—164 (+20). Casebolt tied for sixth place with former Cougar golfer Michael Maxwell who is now on OCU's team.
Sophomore Josh Sterling tied for 10th with a 27-over 171 while Justin Dearth improved in round 2 with an 88-87—175 for a 12th place finish. Philip Campisi and Colin Dawson finished the tournament with a 176 and 177 respectively.
The Cougars jumped right into another tournament, traveling up to Concord, Ohio to participate in the Lakeland Invitational at Quail Hollow Golf Course April 24-25.